Hunt Seat Defends Regional Title, Western Earns Another Win

Hunt Seat Defends Regional Title, Western Earns Another Win
MOUNT BERRY, Ga. - The woman's Hunt Seat Equestrian Team hosted the first Hunt Seat show of the season with over 16 schools competing. The Vikings came out on top scoring a 43, a full ten points higher than the University of Alabama who came in second with 33 points.
Open Over Fences:
Open Flat:
Intermediate Over Fences:
Intermediate Flat:
Lydia West- 3rd 
Novice Over Fences:
Novice Flat:
Advanced Walk Trot Canter:
Allie Ketterman- 1st 
Walk Trot:
Madison Eiberger was the High Point Rider and Lauren Thompson was the Reserve High Point Rider for the entire Hunt Seat Show.
Erin McGlone pointed out of Novice Over Fences into Intermediate Over Fences.
• Allie Ketterman pointed out of Advanced Walk Trot Canter into Novice Flat.
Madison Eiberger pointed out of Novice Flat into Intermediate Flat. 
• The Vikings are now leading the region by 10 points.
• With McGlone, Ketterman, and Eiberger qualifying for regionals in March.
The Vikings will host another home show tomorrow at 9 a.m. at the Eugene Gunby Equine Center.

The National Championship Western team won their third show in a row this Saturday. The Vikings competed against seven teams and scored a total of 30 points with the next closest team, Mississippi State, scoring a 21.



Reigning Horsemanship:

Elizabeth Ellis- 1st

AnnaLee Cooley- 3rd

Elizabeth Poczobut- 5th


Open Horsemanship:

Elizabeth Ellis- 3rd

Elizabeth Poczobut- 4th


Advanced Horsemanship:

Courtney Woodard- 1st


Novice Western Horsemanship:

Mariel Wrench- 1st


Intermediate II Horsemanship:

Hannah Atsma-1st

Kinsey Figliolini- 3rd


Beginner Horsemanship:

Mary Catherine Hix- 1st





  • Woodard has qualified for the regionals show in March. 



The Vikings will travel to Auburn University on October 29th and 30th.